Empower Yourself With Real-World SEO Knowledge
You’ll learn what SEO is and how you can create an actionable plan for search engine optimization. The course will help you build a solid SEO foundation for your website or blog, then follow this up with a well structured on-going SEO tasks like link building and social media sharing.
Learn SEO With Good Old Fashion Advice and Education
You won’t be given a bunch of hype or empty promises. Instead you’ll receive good old fashion how-to advice and instruction for defining your target market, performing a competitive analysis, researching keywords, creating a proper site map, and optimizing content. Once you wrap up those tasks, I’ll talk through what you can do off-site to help with your SEO efforts.
This SEO course produces results because it is taught by an instructor with fifteen years of proven, real-world SEO experience. I’ve competed and won the SEO war against very large companies like SAP and Oracle. I know how to convert solid SEO planning and execution into tangible results and in this course I’m going to transfer this knowledge to you.
I won’t fill this course with a bunch of SEO buzzwords, industry jargon, and even talk about penalties. Instead my SEO course will focus on doing the right thing for both search engines and users.
Learning SEO can be scary, but it doesn’t have to me. I’ll talk about what you should do and why you should do it, which will help you take this SEO education and use it for years to come.
- Educate you with SEO best practices
- Help you formalize an SEO plan
- Teach you how to investigate and beat your competitor
- Increase your website traffic
- Increase your conversion rates
- Empower you to control your SEO destiny
- 7 lessons
- 88 topics
- Written tutorials
- Video instruction
- Templates downloads
- External resources
- Common mistakes to avoid
- Getting started with SEO
- Keyword research and selection
- Site map creation and architecture planning
- On-page content optimization
- Off-page optimization
- Technical SEO
- Extra credit